Be A Book Hero!

I know I already posted a blog today but I just discovered something that’s so big, and so close to my heart that I had to write another quick blog and ask for help.

Click to give.

I’m going to give you a link for a literacy site and all you have to do is click the orange button that says click, and a donation will be made that will help get free books into the hands of children who wouldn’t otherwise have books–and it costs you nothing.  Just time.  A click.

Pi Phi and First Book set a goal of 34,000 books by November 16th which is why I’m asking you to visit The Literacy Site and click daily between now and Nov 16th to help them reach their goal.  I’ve done fundraisers for First Book before and love this organization and am so pleased that they are so passionate about getting books into childrens hands.

So, visit The Literacy Site, click the orange button that says “Click Here to Give–It’s Free” and that’s it.  Everybody that does it and takes time to post a comment that you did do it, will be entered to win a fun beach extravaganza prize of big bright fun beach tote bag with aqua striped beach towel, a signed copy of Flirting, a 2008 tropical beaches calendar and much more.  Let me know in the comment section that you’ve clicked–and you can tell me every day for the next couple days because you can click everyday–and on the 17th I’ll draw a winner’s name from those who’ve posted in the comment section that they visited the site and clicked.

Now this is an honor system.  I have no way of knowing if you really do click, but I know if you love books half as much as I do, you’ll want to help The Literacy Site get books to needy kids.  Pass the word on.  Let’s make this happen.  I love the idea of us being heros together.

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